Rajewski Mikhail Fedorovich( Church leader and writer)
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Biography Rajewski Mikhail Fedorovich
At the end of the course in the St. Petersburg Theological Academy, was a priest at the Russian church in Stockholm, then moved to the Russian embassy church in Vienna, where he remained 42 пЁп+п¦п¦. Professor VI. Lamansky in a memorial speech on Rajewski (in the meeting of the St. Petersburg Slavic Benevolent Society) states that "since the St.. Methodius to Raevskogo was not a church leader with such as he, Slav value ". Biographies and full history of Raevskogo yet, available only for her materials, such as: 1) letter (yet unpublished) to VI. Lamansky, who was with him in a lengthy correspondence, 2) a letter to the Rostov Raevskogo archaeologist AA. Titov, for the time from 1854 to 1874,. (Titov, published in 1884), in which case of domestic life Rajewski, scientists employment and relations with the Slavs, and 3) remaining after Rajewski collection of his papers are now in the Museum of the Kiev Theological Academy. Since the founding of the Slavonic Benevolent Society (which he was an honorary member) constant work Raevskogo it was sent to the distribution of cash benefits from Russia to restore the ruined churches of the Orthodox Slavs, . on Slavic schools and monasteries, . and to help individuals,
. He refused on the boards all came to him, pleaded before the Russian ambassador, when necessary and possible, and generally acted with great tact, not bringing on suspicion of Austrians. His look at the situation of the Slavs in Austria, and in particular Russian in Galicia, and expressed them in the article "On national and religious movement of the Russian people in Galicia" (Christian Readings ", 1862). He has contributed to the Slavic Congress in Russia in 1867, Mr.. In 1849, Mr.. translated from Greek into German "Great Canon", in 1861,. - Evhology Orthodox Church "with a preface and notes. The press knows only one "word Rajewski" - the day of St.. Cyril and Methodius to the Slavs. See. "The last ten years of the first 25 years of existence, the St. Petersburg Slavic Benevolent Society" (St. Petersburg, 1893).